Bath City aim to end year on high against Dorchester Town
Bath City will be hoping to end a miserable year on a high note when they host Dorchester Town this afternoon.
The past 12 months have seen City drop out of the Blue Square Bet Premier and twice suffer cup exits to lower-league teams, with Adie Britton also giving up managerial duties to become director of football.
Lee Howells has stepped up from assistant to manager and overseen a mixed bag of results, although he will be looking for a step in the right direction this weekend in the final game of the year.
City kick-off 2013 with a trip to Weston on New Year’s Day, having lost to the same opponents at Mayday Trust Park on Boxing Day.
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The wet weather prevented City from playing last weekend, with their trip to Havant & Waterlooville being rearranged for Saturday, January 12.